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good morning it is tuesday, september 25th, 2012. welcome to "cbs this morning." as president obama speaks to the u.n., mitt romney wants to know why the president is not speaking to other world leaders. speaking of world leaders, we talk with the rulers of egypt and iran, and also with president bill clinton. and a controversial last-second call has nfl fans and players outraged. so did last night's game seal the fate of those replacement reves? but we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener. your wor in 90 seconds.
more than 120 world leaders are in town, but the president is not scheduled to meet with any of them. >> president obama to address the united nations amid growing controversy. >> he hasn't set a meeting with benjamin netanyahu of israel. >> he did have time to tape an appearance on "the view." >> well, first things first here. we do have an election ahead. >> this is not a campaign speech. >> do you think that this election has the possibility of producing a change that will overcome gridlock? >> i think it almost certainly will. and let me explain why. i think the president's going to win. >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre finish you'll ever see! >> it's pass interference. i thought jennings had the interception. this is comical to me really. >> is this the impetus to change this lockout situation? >> it's unbelievable. i can't believe what i just saw.
fast-moving wildfire in southern california. it has destroyed at least 20,000 homes. it will be harder to bring home the bacon. a shortage of all pork products is coming. a liner, center field. did he catch it? oh, he did! >> dancing is really great. i like to use my body. >> i know, i heard. >> it's a hipster party. and you didn't rsvp. i'm not hip? >> look at this tie. he said that israel has no historical roots in the middle east. would you like to apologize? >> the beady-eyed little weasel, he just dropped by the u.n. for another hate-filled rant. then he went back in line for the new iphone. captioning funded by cbs
president obama's critics say he's not giving the u.n. enough attention thiyear becae he wants to be re-elected. >> do we know what the president is going to say on some of these controversial issues like iran? >> reporter: well, norah, i'm not bill clinton, but it might be an interesting way to live for a while. but the president today is here at the u.n. and we know what he's going to say, at least some of the highlights. he's going to say that the attacks over the last couple of weeks in the middle east are an assault on the very ideas in which the u.n. was founded. he'll invoke the name of chris stevens, the u.s. ambassador who was killed in the libya attack and say that the future has to be determined by people like chris stevens and not by his killers, and he will refer to that controversial video which attacked the prophet muhammad. he'll say that no video justifies the kind of violent attacks that that brought on. and on iran, he's going to say that a nuclear armed iran is not
a challenge that can be contained. charlie, norah? >> bill, the president seems to have time for a midday television show, but they are saying he's not going to meet with any world leaders, no bilateral meetings. >> simply put, this is about politics in an election year. he did have -- last year, for example, 13 meetings with other world leaders while he was here in new york. and this year, none. zero. >> are we sure he's not going to meet with any of them? i mean, behind closed doors, there will be no opportunity for the president to have any conversation with any world leaders regardless of how important the issue may be? >> well, there will be a chance for him, if they have -- i mean, if he has a chance to meet somebody during a reception, there was one last night, there's another one today. he may talk to some of them. he may say a few words. but there's nothing formal. and i think one reason for this, charlie, is that he's going to say what he's going to say
today. it will be his world view. and nobody else is going to be able to put a gloss on it. and hillary clinton is doing all the heavy lifting, meeting all of the other world leaders, but his speech will be about his world view, and nobody else will be able to say anything about it. >> bill plant, thank you. iran's president is making headlines at the u.n. as he usually does. at a meeting monday, mahmood ahmadinejad accused the united states of backing what he called a fake regime in israel, and that led to a walkout by israel's u.n. ambassador. also monday, a wide-ranging interview with us, we asked him about the threat of an attack on iran's nuclear facilities and how his country would respond. would you retaliate against the united states if there's an attack by israel on iran? >> translator: well, by the principle of it, i don't take the threat serious. >> they're bluffing?
>> translator: we don't even take them into account. i would like to ask, who's subservient to whom, the zionist to the united states government or the united states government to the zionist? >> you said that israel has no historical roots in the middle east, and the white house has now called that statement by you disgusting, offensive, and outrageous. would you like to apologize? >> translator: do they have roots? if they have roots, then just say they have roots. we don't have to fight over it. what should i apologize for? this is a technical and scientific fact, statement. i'd like to ask you this question. what is the relationship between the united states government and the zionist regime? can you please explain that to me? is it a relationship between two autonomist countries? what is it really?
we are a country in the middle east. and we have at least a 7,000-year history. the zionists threaten us. the united nations government, instead of condemning them, condemn us. >> we are going to have more of the rest of our interview with iran's president tomorrow on "cbs this morning," and charlie, it was -- >> it was an interesting experience to sit there, because you have the president of a country that everybody has some great concerns about and the nuclear issue at the same time. there is this going back and forth in which sometimes you feel like you're talking past each other. >> exactly, exactly. we'll have more of that tomorrow. as the leaders from around the world come to new york, president obama's foreign policy is getting intense scrutiny, especially the united states' relationship with egypt. "the new york times" reports that last year former egyptian president hosni mubarak told mr. obama he simply didn't understand the middle east. this followed criticism for
saying egypt was not an ally of the united states. we asked egypt's new president mohamed morsi about the country's new relationship. it is said that there was a heated phone conversation between the president of egypt and the president of the united states. was there? >> translator: it was warm. it was not hot. >> what's the difference in warm and hot? >> translator: it's the same difference between a friendship and being an enemy. >> so the united states government and the egyptian government are friends, not enemies? >> translator: we are not enemies, of course. >> but you are friends? >> translator: we are friends. >> allies? >> translator: the u.s. president said otherwise. >> i know he did, he did. but i'm asking the egyptian president. would you consider the united states an ally?
>> translator: this is dependent on the definition of an ally. the understanding of an ally as a part of a military alliance, this is not existent right now. but if you mean by allied partnership and special diplomatic relationship and cooperation, we are that ally. >> very interesting interview, charlie. we should also note this morning, governor mitt romney is attacking president obama's foreign policy record at a campaign rally in colorado. romney said america needs a president who will shape events and not be at their mercy. jan crawford is in denver, and jan, what happened to the reset that the romney campaign said they were going to do, talking about economy and jobs? instead, it seems like they're talking about foreign policy. >> right. it was foreign policy yesterday. although romney has said he's going to be drawing a sharper contrast with the president. we sure saw that here in denver. he hit the president hard for
saying recent events in the middle east were bumps in the road and he also criticized the administration's response to those attacks in libya. >> the world looks at the events going on, they don't see these events as bumps in the road. these are lives. this is humanity. this is freedom. >> reporter: campaigning in colorado, romney was referring to comments the president made on "60 minutes", saying recent events in the middle east were bumps in the road. the white house was talking about recent events but romney said it was a lack of leadership. >> what's happened in the middle east is hardly criticized in my view as a bump in the road, not with egypt electing a muslim brotherhood president, not with libya and the assassination of an american ambassador. not with syria with 20,000 people killed by mr. assad. not with pakistan in tumult. and not with iran almost
becoming nuclear capable. >> reporter: it suggested the violence was triggered by spontaneous protests over an anti-muslim movie and did not seem pre-planned. that put the administration at odds with libyan officials who were saying the opposite. eight days after the attack, the white house acknowledged it was terrorism, but says it still has no evidence it was preplanned. >> it's pretty clear that the white house jumped the gun, the administration immediately dismissed any prospect of this being a coordinated or preplanned effort, and i think it's very likely that it was preplanned and it was an assassination and it was a terrorist event. >> now, even though the white house press secretary said last week it was self-evident this was a terror attack, the president isn't going that far. he deflected a question yesterday on "the view," although he did say this wasn't just some mob action. norah and charlie? on monday, secretary of state clinton met with libya's new president for the first time since the deadly attack on the
u.s. consulate in benghazi. margaret brennan is here. good morning. where are we with respect to what the president and the secretary of state is saying with respect to the libyans and what they're saying with the death of the american ambassador? >> they're certainly not changing their message to the press, which is don't ask us to answer your questions. what's happening behind closed doors is the hunt for chemical weapons and the hunt for some of those loose weapons, particularly so called man pads, those shoulder mounted missiles that can take down airplanes. that is being put front and center. the u.s. has continued some of the security training, which is interesting, even though there are no americans in benghazi and they pulled back the staffing at the u.s. embassy in tripoli. they have continued some of their training in other locations outside of the country to help them security weapons. >> the president's not meeting with any world leaders. hillary clinton is doing all the work here this week.
>> he was taping "the view" while she was cross town meeting with the head of rwanda and also met there with the libyan president yesterday. >> charlie and i talked to bill clinton yesterday, who said he'd like to work for hillary clinton later. we'll show part of that interview a little bit later on. but i want to ask you about something hillary did say at the glynn global initiative, which is her husband's organization about elites. listen. >> one of the issues that i have been preaching about around the world is collecting taxes in an equitable manner, especially from the elites in every country. you know, i'm out of american politics, but it is a fact that around the world the elites of every country are making money. there are rich people everywhere. and yet they do not contribute to the growth of their own
countries. >> we have to ask about this, charlie. here's the secretary of state who says she's not going to get involved in politics, and at the clinton global initiative says that she's been talking about collecting taxes in an equitable manner in the midst of a presidential campaign about higher taxes and the tax code. >> i've traveled to a lot of countries with the secretary in the past few months. she has talked a lot about economic diplomacy, trade. in particular, i have not heard her talk about tax collection and it is a politically charged issue. it's interesting for someone who says i'm about foreign policy, i'm not partisan to dip her toe in the water. >> she met with the pakistani president. that's a troubled relationship. what came out of it? >> and that was acknowledged at the onset of the meeting, saying this has been a difficult time for both of us. the secretary also met with the foreign minister of pakistan on friday. they had some conversations about the violence, anti-american violence that's happening in pakistan over the past few weeks.
but a lot of what happens behind closed doors, pakistan is about how they can help the u.s. presence in afghanistan. so those conversations about reconciliation, including the taliban, are ongoing and that was part of the conversation. >> thank you, good to see you. one person has been found dead in a wind-driven wildfire in southern california. the fire east of san diego near the mexican border is threatening dozens of buildings this morning. officials say the person who died was an elderly man who ignored the order to evacuate. his body was found inside one of the 20 homes destroyed by the flames. the fire has burned nearly 2,500 acres thus far. this morning another apparent mistake by nfl replacement officials has set off a new fire storm of criticism after last night's green bay seattle game, everyone was confused and the losing team was furious. jeff glor is here.
>> the ref noticeably pushed one defender out of the way and turned an almost certain victory for the green bay packers into a stunning win for the seattle seahawks. >> who did they give it to? touchdown! >> reporter: the reaction was immediate. >> unbelievable. >> how does jennings not get credit for the interception, i have no idea. >> reporter: and intense. >> it's awful. that's all i'm going to say about it. >> don't ask me a question about the officials. >> reporter: the referees did debate it. >> one guy goes up touchdown. the other said no time. the seahawks have won. >> reporter: in the end, it was a jump ball that determined the game and will very likely determine where the referee dispute goes next. >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. >> seahawks win. >> in seattle, the play that will define the replacement referees and will cause this season to have an asterisk next
to it. >> reporter: this play not only capped off a highly criticized game -- > we've got a penalty on every play. >> four in a row. this is making it hard to watch. >> reporter: but a weekend that saw a player tripped, an official tricked -- >> and the patriots are saying no! >> reporter: and bill belichick grabbing a referee following the game on sunday night. >> that's a few bucks. >> reporter: shortly after the ball was spiked monday, twitter saw a spike in users mentioning refs, many of them coming shortly after the game from packers players. it became as far as we can tell the first touchdown to end a game with no time on the clock in the 664-game history of "monday night football." >> so what's going to happen now? >> well, this is still a very bitter dispute. it's gone on a lot longer than most people think. the nfl did issue a statement
yesterday which seemed to leave potentially some wiggle room, but they also said the two sides are still very far apart. the nfl is not a league that gets bullied. so even after what happened here, and even if you think the refs have more leverage this morning, which they clearly do, it may not happen right away. >> owners are getting furious about this, too. they'll put a lot of pressure, don't you think? >> thank you, jeff. time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. "new york times" reports the most dangerous part of flying may be on the ground. since 2008, there have been an average of three near collisions every day on airport runways in the united states. they involve planes or vehicles that are in the wrong place on active runways. new ground radar supposed to prevent that, but it wasn't installed in every major airport until this year. britain's "telegraph" says france intends to remove the words mother and father from all official documents, part of a plan to legalize gay marriage. the word "parents" would be
used. the law could also give equal adoption rights to same-sex couples. "the washington post" reports s.a.t. reading scores have hit a four-decade low, blamed on the record number of students taking the test. 57% of applicants did not score high enough to indicate they will succeed in college. and "usa today" looks at a new effort to get junk food out of schools. more than 300 retired military leaders say high calorie, low-nutrient food is contributing to childhood obesity. they say many young people are too heavy to serve in the military, putting national security at risk. we've heard the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff say that it is a nati
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." after president obama speaks at the u.n., he will speak to the clinton global initiative here in new york. the organization will also hear from governor mitt romney this morning. former president bill clinton created the initiative in 2005 to address social change around the world. when we spoke with him on monday about the politics, the economy, and that anti-muslim film that set off deadly riots across the middle east. >> we weren't disrespecting islam by not squelching a film trailer that nobody an authority knew anything about, that 99% of us think was crude and
disrespectful and awful. but we have learned the hard way over more than 200 years, that in order to preserve freedom and liberty, including the freedom of religion, you have to allow people to say and do things that you find abhorrent. and you can't react every time you're insulted. i mean, that's the first thing we all have to teach our children. and i don't mean to compare the people rioting against us in cairo or anywhere else to children. that's not the point. the point is, if you live in a shame-based society where you think nothing good is going to happen, the temptation is to wait for somebody to say something you find offensive, then you can lash out against it. but free people, mandela, absorb destructive things and refuse to be destroyed. yes, americans don't understand all muslim countries as well as we should. but they need to understand us
and themselves. you cannot live in a shame-based world. you won't make it in the 21st century. there's too much diversity. there's too much stuff going on on the internet. you've got to be able to say, if you believe in islam, that i believe in a god and a prophet strong enough to withstand the criticisms of petty, narrow minded, mean spirited people. i believe that the cultural crassness i abhor will in the end fall before the values that i exult. >> all right, let me turn to politics in this way. you got some acclaim because of a speech you made that had lots of specificity in it. and arithmetic even. having said that, do you think that the president especially, because he's in your party, but also governor romney, have laid out with enough specificity so that the american people understand what they plan to do?
>> well, i think that the differences between them are clear. they've said enough to make the differences clear. >> is that philosophy or specifics? >> well, they've said enough philosophy with enough specifics, if you look at the whole republican primary process, and whole last year or so where the president made specific budget offers to congress. we know what governor romney says, which is that his proposal for dealing with the debt is first to make it bigger by adopting another round of tax cuts that with the interest associated it would be about $5 trillion more over a decade, and we know how he says he wants to eliminate them, not by raising taxes, but by eliminating preferences in the tax code. but he says he can do that without raising taxes on the middle class. i'm not sure that's possible. but he wants to defer until
after the election, saying what the specifics are. i think that ought to be a little bit of a red flag. >> mitt romney told scott pelley that he's going to reduce everybody's tax rates by about 20%, but that the rich would not pay less because he would end deductions and loopholes and that he would still be able to balance the deficit by doing that. of course, as you pointed out, he will not say which deductions. why do you say that raises a red flag? >> under governor romney's plan, i pay well over 20% now. so if you eliminate the mortgage tax deduction and the charitable tax deduction, i'll still be ahead. so to do it, you have to go down and raise -- and cut the deductions enough that you wind up raising taxes on people in the middle income group. that's the problem. >> do you think this election -- the president has said that change has to come from outside rather than in washington, that this election has the possibility of producing a
change that will be able to overcome gridlock. >> i don't think it not only as a possibility, i think it almost certainly will. and let me explain why. i think the president's going to win. but let's assume governor romney won. if he wins, that almost certainly means the republicans will hold on to the huse and it will be about 50/50 in the senate, more or less the way it is now. if president obama wins, i think that too will break the log jam for a different reason. as senator mcconnell said, their number one goal the last four years has been denying him a second term. as soon as he gets that, they can't deny him a third term, he can't have one anyway. i think you will see -- i'll just make a prediction. i think in the lame-duck session, they will avoid the fiscal cliff, they will reach an agreement -- >> by extending it? by some sort of extension? or by making a deal? >> they'll either make a deal or
they'll have a short extension, which makes it clear this is not another year, this is not going to fool around. i predict that you will get a budget deal early next year, if not in a lame-duck session. and i think you'll start to see them work together. it's going to be a different world. >> because the election will have that kind of consequence? >> absolutely. >> most presidents win the second term, as you suggested might happen. are you therefore freer to do things in foreign policy, to take more risk for peace in the middle east, for example, than you might otherwise have done because of political repercussions? >> well, i don't know about that. i mean, it's certainly true that there will be fewer political repercussions, but i think that the president will be focused on the economy at home. and will be trying to maximize the possibilities of promoting peace and stability and
prosperity and fighting climate change, all those things around the world. >> speaking of the middle east and currently what's going on in syria, one of romney's top foreign policy advisers said the other day that obama has made the united states look impotent in the world. the facts bear that out? >> i disagree with that. i disagree with that. the suggestion that somehow america could or even should be in the driver's seat in the arab spring is inherently ridiculous. i mean -- >> should we be doing more? take syria as an example. should we do more in syria? >> syria is a really difficult proposition. and it's a complex society. when mr. assad goes, as i believe eventually he will, what takes its place? how do we do that? these are complicated things. i don't know enough about -- when every one of these things is going on, i go out of my way to talk to hillary about it so i
don't have any information so i don't inadvertently say something to you that i shouldn't say. so i don't know what their options are. but i think that if we have some nonlethal options that we could use to support the syrian opposition, i presume we would be doing it and i wouldn't be surprised if we are. >> what might that be, though? what kinds of things might that be? >> well, i don't know. they're getting guns. who's giving them to them? >> whether you agree with him or not, he's never not interesting. >> so interesting, whether it's on domestic politics or foreign affairs. i mean, on syria, talking about whether we should be helping the rebels more in syria. and his wife, the secretary of state and the white house believe that's troublesome to send arms to groups we don't know that much about that could include al qaeda. there is a new lead in a search for a former fbi agent and father of seven. john miller will show us how the president of iran may hold the key to bringing robert levinson home.
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people talk about new york moments. here's a good example. two men trying to hail the same taxi. check this out. and this is how they settle the issue. this is how chris is trying to welcome me to new york. welcome to your new life, norah. this is what it takes to get a taxi around here, huh? >> got ten limousines coming for you. but we've all seen it, haven't we? >> that's right. and in new york, fair is what you pay at the end of the cab ride. [ laughter ] >> by the way, this is john miller. >> and the story that he's here to talk about is the search for a retired fbi agent robert levinson, he vanished five and a half years ago while working in iran. since then, his family and the fbi have pleaded with the
iranian government for information. >> now our interview with iran's president may shed some light on the case. senior correspondent john my ser a former fbi assistant director. he's here. and we came back from this interview -- i told you what he said and you thought it was pretty interesting. >> i thought it was a surprise. and as world leaders gather around new york for the u.n. general assembly, their motorcades are bound to pass one of the many billboards asking for their help in locating robert levinson, but the intended audience for that ad campaign may be just one man, iran's president mahmood ahmadinejad. and as we learned, he may have the answers to a mystery that has consumed levinson's family for more than five years. >> reporter: is it one of those things that you get used to? >> oh, never. >> reporter: as i walked through times square with christine levinson and her son dan, neither were prepared for what they were about to see.
there was robert levinson staring back at his wife and ston frson from an electronic billboard. the picture was taken from a mysterious video that the family received nearly two years ago. levinson, a retired fbi agent, pale and gaunt, being held somewhere and pleading for help. >> i have been treated well. i need the help of the united states government. >> i immediately knew it was bob, so i watched very carefully trying to figure out what the message was and i still don't know. >> reporter: this is bob levinson in better times. he's the father of seven and now has two grandchildren. in march of 2007, working as a private investigator, levinson travelled to dubai on a case involving counterfeit cigarettes. he took a side trip to kish island, an iranian free trade zone that requires no entry visa. he met with a contact there and
was arrested by iranian authorities. >> when this first happened, i expected him to be home in a couple of days. unfortunately, that hasn't happened. and we still have no information on where he is or how to get him home. >> reporter: but you believe he's in iran. >> i believe he's live and in iran or one of the countries nearby. >> reporter: in 2007, levinson's wife christine along with her son daniel traveled to teheran to meet with iranian officials, but the iranians said they had no information about levinson. did you get the impression that they were stymied by this mystery or that they weren't trying hard? >> they said that they were working and doing everything they can. i think there's still opportunities for the iranian government to help us. >> reporter: but in an interview for "cbs this morning," iranian president mahmood ahmadinejad, when pressed by charlie rose, did not deny iran had levinson and even hinted there had been talks about a prisoner exchange
with the u.s. >> is anything that could happen, a trade or something that would allow him to come back to the united states? >> translator: i remember that last year, iranian and american intelligence groups had a meeting, but i haven't followed up on it. i thought they had come to some kind of an agreement. >> so is there a possibility that somehow this kind of an acknowledgement might lead to something positive? >> i think it's a big step, charlie. i think what you elicited from the president in that interview, which was not a denial that they've had him, but an admission that they are in talks is a big step and i think that will give a ray of hop
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♪ good morning, everybody. it is 8:00 a.m. welcome back to "cbs this morning." president obama heads to the u.n. with a message for iran, but appartly without time to meet with other world leaders. and say it ain't so. the world faces a shortage of bacon? yes, bacon, a calamity. but first, here's a look at what's happening and what we've been covering on "cbs this morning." >> the president today is going to say that the attacks over the last couple of weeks in the middle east are an assault on the very ideas on which the u.n. was founded. >> critics say he's not giving the u.n. enough attention this year because he wants to be
re-elected. >> hillary clinton is doing all the work here this week. >> she is. he was taping "the view" while she was cross town. >> iran's president is making headlines at the u.n. as he usually does. >> would you retaliate against the united states if there is an attack by israel on iran? >> is this the impetus to change this lockout situation? >> another apparent mistake by nfl replacement officials has set off a new firestorm of criticism. >> he noticeably pushed one defender out of the way. >> i go out of my way not to talk to hillary about it, so i don't have any information i don't have, so i don't inadvertently say something to you that i shouldn't say. >> i will decide what we ought to talk about. my producers and i spend a lot of time in the mornings trying to decide that. >> oh, really? >> two men trying to hail the same taxi. check this out. and this is how they settle the issue. >> lady gaga thanked her fans for loving her despite her recent weight gain.
now, lady gaga tweeted it's hard not to eat poptarts all the time when your hat is a toaster. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. president obama makes his annual speech to the united nations this morning. he'll be speaking to more than 120 world leaders and millions of american voters. bill plant is at the u.n. with a preview. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. today's speech comes as the president is handling the attacking of the video over the middle east. the president will say that no video justifies the kind of violence that's happened. here's how the white house spokesman jay carney put it on monday. >> he will also send a clear message that the united states will never retreat from the world. the united states will bring justice to those who harm americans. and the united states will stand strongly for our democratic values abroad.
with respect to iran, we have consistently framed that issue around iran's profound failure to meet its international obligations with respect to its nuclear program. therefore, united nations general assembly presents -- the unga presents another opportunity for him to underscore that iran must not be allowed to develop a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: this year, the president has no plans to meet with other leaders while he's here in new york. secretary of state clinton is handling all of that. the president is staying in campaign mode. he appeared yesterday on "the view," whose female audience he needs to get to the polls in november. he's here in new york for not quite 24 hours before heading back out on the campaign trail tomorrow. charlie, norah, gayle? >> all right, bill. thank you. i heard it was some 20 years since a president did not meet with world leaders at the u.n. during the unga. also, in an interview on monday, we asked iran's president mahmood ahmadinejad about his country's nuclear program. you did not deny you are
building a nuclear weapon. >> translator: how many times should i repeat this? >> please repeat it. please tell me wh iran is doing. >> translator: what would we do? let's even imagine that we have an atomic weapon. a nuclear weapon. what would we do with it? what intelligent person would fight 5,000 american bombs with one bomb? the united states government says that they are in possession of 5,600 modern bombs. history has shown that the iranians are very smart. also, because of our beliefs, we do not believe in a nuclear weapon. we are against it. >> you can see the rest of our interview with iran's president tomorrow on "cbs this morning," including what he called me during the interview.
>> ms. o'donnell? >> he would not call me by my name. he just called me "the lady" repeatedly throughout the interview. >> i think that works for you. the lady. >> thank you, gayle. you remember last month's senate candidate todd akin caused a controversy by talking about rape. today is the deadline for him to decide. chip reid is covering the campaign in st. louis. >> reporter: we have a real battle brewing if missouri. she showing no signs of getting out of this race, but the republican establishment wants him to get out and get out today. and now he's getting some help from some big guns. >> it is a great honor to be out here with todd. >> reporter: former speaker of the house newt gingrich not only endorsed todd akin on monday, he predicted other republicans will follow his lead. >> i don't see how any national republican in good conscience
after tomorrow has any choice except to say that the choice is the republican nominee for senator mccaskill, i am for the republican nominee. >> reporter: gingrich went on to help akin raise money. mike huckabee will reportedly help him, too. but republican support like this has been hard to come by for the missouri congressman since he said this last month when asked if abortion should be legal for victims of rape. >> it seems to be -- first of all, from what i understand from doctors, that's really rare. if it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. >> reporter: those comments outraged democrats and many republicans. they also reversed the momentum in the missouri senate race before the state was considered a likely republican win. now polls show that democratic senator claire mccaskill has the advantage. akin has repeatedly apologized for what he said and just as many times has refused to drop out of the race. >> for the about 100th time or so, i am in this race.
>> reporter: gop leaders, including mitt romney, have called on akin to step aside and have pulled key funding. as recently as sunday, the chairman of the republican party predicted a democratic win if akin stays in the race. >> we're not going to play in missouri with todd akin. i can tell you that. >> reporter: but none of that is having any effect on todd akin. in fact, today he begins a tour. he's calling it the "common sense bus tour" all across missouri. >> chip, thank you. a southern california wildfire has turned deadly this morning. firefighters are struggling with strong winds east of san diego. as ben tracy reports, a man who ignored evacuation orders was found dead on monday. >> reporter: the wildfire tore through acres in campo, destroying 20 homes and possibly take one life. >> we don't know the cause at this point of death, but
although his body was found in his structure. >> reporter: people who live in the area say that would likely be the 82-year-old man who lived in this house. >> told him to get out, but he didn't leave. his truck is still there. >> reporter: the fire started sunday afternoon and spread so quickly that homeowners were caught off guard. >> i had exactly 20 minutes to get my horses, birth certificates, whatever, get it and get out of there. >> the fire activity has decreased. we haven't seen much smoke production today and that's because we haven't had a lot of fire growth. >> reporter: firefighters say they're getting the upper hand thanks to decreased wind, but evacuation orders remain in place and dozens of structures are still threatened. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. and a warning for seniors in medicare prescription drug plans. you are about to see a big price hike. there's a new study out this morning that says there will be a double digit increase next year for seven of the ten most popular prescription drug plans.
the report says seniors can save money if they shop around for a new plan. enrollment starts on october 15th. if you're a bacon lover, get ready. this may be the year to pig out, because next year, we should expect a worldwide shortage of pork and bacon. oh no! britain's national pig association blames drought conditions that affected this year's corn and soy bean crop. that will make it more expensive to feed the little pigs. >> this is a calamity, as i said. >> i was going to say, i may need therapy. last time i wore this necklace, my stylist charlie rose said why are you wearing those sausages around your neck? we have it on tape. are you liking it better? >> nor am i denying that. yes, it looks better with that dress. >> i like how you say speaking of breakfast meats. from that story to this one, the philippines. we all know imelda marcos, her
famous shoe collection. apparently it's ruined. more than 1,200 pairs of shoes were left in storage after the one-time first lady fled the country in 1986. officials say over the years, the shoes were damaged by termites, mold, and storms. those shoes, of course, were seen as a symbol of the excesses and corruption of her husband's dictatorship. >> even e-bay won't take those now. mold and termites. >> can you imagine a woman having a thousand shoes? >> i really can. >> raise your
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here's a question. when to collect social security. it's one of the most critical decisions you will ever have to make. >> jack otter, executive editor of "cbs moneywatch," is here with five things you need to know to get the most out of your social security. he's also the author of "worth it, not worth it." we were just asking an interesting discussion about this. when is the right age to start collecting your social security?
>> sure. you can start at age 62. but you will get a much smaller check. i say wait as long as possible, ideally to age 70. i realize for some people, that's impossible, they need the income right away. but if you don't, realize that every year you wait, you're essentially getting an 8% raise. so for my book, i actually ran the numbers. i took into account somebody who made $75,000 at the peak. if they started taking it at age 62, they would get $16,000 a year. if they could wait until 66, they'd get $26,000. if you are in ill health and you die at 68, then this is really bad advice from me. so certainly you should hang in there. >> but let's be optimistic, i got it. >> but mortality is great to think about. there's a great site called livingto100.com. >> what's the best bet for filing early? >> sure. well, there's a couple different
things here. it's very tricky. if you are married, you can file early and let's say you're the husband, because in this generation, the husband generally made more. file early and suspend your benefits. that enables your spouse to get half of your payout. that can continue until she is 70. if she worked, she can then say to hell with that, now i'm taking my full retirement benefit at age 70, my husband is taking his full retirement at age 70 and the paychecks together are much larger. so essentially it's free money for that eight or four years. >> what about self-employed people? what advice do you have for them? >> this is important. people think hey, i'm self-employed, i can escape this whole fica tax that the rest of us pay and they feel smart, then they retire, suddenly they're not getting social security. so it's very important to try to pay into the system as a self-employed person. you start young, you do it for your entire career and you're eligible for decent benefits,
and you really shouldn't try to avoid those taxes. >> what do you say to the people who are wondering is social security even going to be around when it's my turn to get it? >> that is the number one complaint that you get. now, everyone has to realize first and most important, social security is a pay as you go system. really, forget all this talk about the trust fund. we are paying for our parents' benefits right now. we hope our kids will pay for ours. so yes, on paper, the surplus runs out in about 2033. after that, only 75% of our paychecks would be around. the reality, i think, is taxes will go up. the senior voting block is very powerful, so to assume it's going to run out, you have to assume seniors would say okay, that's all right, cut my paycheck. >> so there's not a lock box? >> there is no lock box. sorry, al gore. the lock box does not exist. >> okay. >> thank you, jack otter. as norah pointed out, wearing your harry potter glasses. >> oh, thank you very much. >> i like it. >> a great observation.
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her. love when that happens. hats off to toby keith for arranging that reunion. special shoutout. i never get tired of looking at those videos where the families are surprised by their loved ones. >> he had just come back from afghanistan. so you bet she was very happy to see him. and likewise. nice story. welcome back to "cbs this morning." we have more of our interview with former president bill clinton. he talked about foreign policy, his charitable foundation, and of course, we asked about his wife, hillary clinton's future. >> the former president also told us a story about the power of shame and a woman named zhow chun-lee who found the strength to overcome it. >> there's a child here -- not a child, a young woman. i don't know if you've seen her. the disabled chinese -- you've seen her, right? >> yes. >> i went to her village, i was in her home in 1998 as president. the great honor, right? not for her. her parents were required to take her upstairs and hide her,
leave her on the bed upstairs because they live in a culture that thought there was something wrong with disabilities. and that young girl waited until this spring when i had the cgiu to meet me for the first time. i was in her home. now, what did she do? she decided not to be a victim. she decided to become an advocate for women, an advocate for the disabled. she married a fine man who now carries her around. she made the most of her life. >> mr. president, you have spent a lot of time and energy and effort of your own and others to make the clinton global initiative a success. at this point, what's your proudest achievement? >> the thing itself, that is we've had eight years of people from all over the world, from
the richest people in the world to people representing the poorest people in the world, being flown in here so they can be a part of it. getting together and making very specific commitments to try to change lives in concrete ways. and it's worked. i just had this feeling that if people were at the meeting and actually produced something, promised some time, some money, some expertise and then they kept that promise, that it would make a difference in the lives of other people, and the ideaisf what i'm proudest of. it's given people all over the world and all different levels of wealth and knowledge and skill and standing in society a chance to come together. >> i just returned from haiti, a place that you have also spent a lot of time, a lot of effort, raised a lot of money. one of the questions that comes up from a place like haiti is there are pledges and there are
promises, but how much of that gets delivered? >> well, i think first of all, a lot of the nongovernmental money that was promised has, in fact, now been spent. there are a few places, maybe the red cross has still got some money they raised for haiti that hasn't been spent, but they spent a lot of it to help us build schools and other structures to serve the people of haiti while we were building permanent structures. >> president morsi is coming to the united nations. he said we need to understand the arab world better than we do, their values. what is it that you think he ought to understand about america? >> well, he lives here. >> he did. southern california. >> he lived in southern california. and he basically decided he
liked america, he liked the economics system, he liked a lot of the people he met, but he thought that we were culturally too crass, that women were obje objectified and he supported the muslim culture of being less -- he thought we were too overtly sexual a society and all of that. and there's something to his argument there. but what he should know or make sure his fellow egyptians know about america is that this rioting, which he has spoken out against, against this movie trailer is premised on the fact that there's no division between church and state. we had to know about this movie being made. which was never made, by the way. and it had to be done with
somebody's sanction. and if it wasn't, we would prove it by putting everybody associated with it in jail. that's open-and-shut, over and out. but he should make sure the what the egyptians know about us is that the reason muslims can worship in the united states in a free way with the broad support of the vast majority of the american people, and the reason jews can do the same thing, and the reason we have the highest percentage of church going attendance of any predominantly christian nation in the world, and the reason we welcome buddhists and hindus and people of all other faiths is that our government is separated from the practice of faith, but protects the right of everyone to practice, to talk about it, to not believe, and to say whatever they want. and that it works for us and
it's made us an extraordinarily religious observant country. >> you have talked about your wife, secretary of state clinton. is she going to become part of all of this? >> i hope she will. she's really good at this. she was doing it long before i was. and she -- by appointing the representative for women's groups and women of the world and directing the emphasis of the united states assistance toward empowering these groups, she's really -- will be in a perfect position to kind of pick up where she left off. you know, 20 years ago, when i became president, she could still be in the volunteer world, but for the last 12 years, she'd been a senator, a candidate for president, secretary of state.
so it will -- i hope she'll do it, but it's up to her. she has to decide what she wants to do. >> when you said that, i didn't know whether you were talking about working with you here or working for her as president. >> well, i'd like to spend the rest of my life working for her. i meant what she was going to do when she left the state department. >> do you think she has an interest in politics in the future? >> i don't know what she's going to do. i don't think she knows what she's going to do. she says no. but i know how bone tired you can get. she had eight years in the white house. then she had these six years in the senate. then she had four years as secretary of state. it's been a long 20 years. >> i thought it was interesting as he talks about -- he really kind of expands a lot. he says i hope she'll do it. i think she ends up running in
2016. i do. >> but i also think he's telling the truth when he says she doesn't know. she has been in public life for 20 years, and to have a chance to take two years off to sort of think of what you've done and what you might like to do, kind of get your juices back is probably a good idea. >> the truth of the matter is she could do whatever she wants and that's the beauty of it. he clearly is so very proud of her. i know a lot of people are feeling the way you do, norah and hoping that she does run in 2016. >> it would be a good story to cover. it would be a good story with probably hillary clinton and joe biden on the democratic side and marco rubio, paul ryan, assuming that mitt romney doesn't win, there would be kind of a very interesting contest. see, i'm already talking about the next election. >> you're suggesting that biden might run. >> of course. i think he will. interestingly, though, hillary will be 69, 70 on election day and joe biden will be about 74.
>> that's still young these days. >> that's right. >> that's still very young these days. carol burnett is one of the greatest numbers in television. she's 79. she's here this morning to talk about her ground breaking show. she says she feels great and how she made a path for a lot of other funny women.
honored programs in television history, thank you very much. "the carol burnett show" ran for 11 years here on cbs and won 25 emmys. >> aahhhh! >> scarlett, i love you. that gown is gorgeous. >> thank you. i saw it in the window and i just couldn't resist. >> hello? hello? >> don't press that button -- >> hello? >> am i still the fairest of them all? >> not even close. >> am i top 15?
>> you're 906. >> oh, well, that's up three over last week's chart. >> that's because the three little pigs died. >> you got splinters in the windmills of your mind. you're playing hockey with a warped pug. >> what's so funny? >> we are. ♪ so glad we had this time together just to have a laugh or sing a song seems we just started and before you know it comes the time we have to say so long ♪ good night. >> doesn't that bring back memories. >> yes. >> a new dvd box set of "the
carol burnett show" is coming out today. it's the first time the program will be available in the stores. guess who's at the table with us, carol burnett. >> hello. >> what are you doing as a woman hosting a tv variety show? weren't you told women can't do that? >> yes, i was. and it was kind of a fluke. i had a strange contract with cbs all those years ago for ten years. and within the first five years, there was a clause that said if i wanted to, not if the network wanted, it was bizarre, that i could push that button and they would have to put us on the air for 30 one-hour variety shows, pay or play. i thought i'm done. a host of variety -- i don't know if i could ever do that. comes the last week of the fifth year, my husband and i looked at each other and said maybe we should push that button. so i called up the board of the vice presidents of cbs here and
said hi, mike. merry christmas and happy new year. i want to push the button before it's too late. he said what button? i said, you know, where i can do variety. oh! he said. let me get back to you. so i'm sure he got a bunch of lawyers out to look up that -- they'd forgotten. so when he called back, he said, you know, carol, it's a man's game. variety is a man's game. it's jackie gleason, it's milton burl, it's dean martin. he said we've got this great sitcom for you called "here's agnes." you can just picture it. i said i don't want to be agnes. i wan to have a variety show with music and sketches and guest stars and a rep company, and they had to put us on the air. if i hadn't had pushed that button, it wouldn't have happened. >> and was it a success immediately? >> pretty much. and they put us up against "i
spy" and "the big valley" which were always in the top ten. but we started to climb and we hit our stride when they put us on saturday nights. that was a great lineup. >> part of the fun, though, watching the show was how you all would crack each other up. did you have some device -- were you deliberately trying to do that or were you trying to fought against it? >> we fought against it. people thought maybe we wanted to do that on purpose, but we never did. sometimes when tim and i would be doing mrs. wiggins and mr. tuddball, he would throw in lines that i had never heard before. mrs. wiggins was stupid, so i couldn't laugh because stupid people don't have a sense of humor. >> everyone knows that. >> so he would throw these lines and you see me occasionally like doing this. i was biting my finger to keep from laughing. because that devil, oh, he loved to get at us.
>> you're out with this new set, compilation of all your dvds. >> i'm so thrilled. >> i have to say that when this aarrived, we thought you had sent us doughnuts. [ laughter ] >> i'll do that next time. >> everyone's like oh, there's doughnuts in your office. there were people circling. this is fabulous. >> what i'm happy about is all of these shows are the full one hour unedited. that people haven't seen since they were first aired. >> but life is really good for you, carol burnett. i'm happy to say you're married to a much younger man. >> yes. >> do we say carol burnett is a cougar these days? >> absolutely. >> that's a good thing, isn't it? >> of course. >> i have a question. so you're one of the great comediennes of all time. who do you like now? who are your favorite comedie e comediennes? >> who cracks you up? >> well, i love tina. i love amy poehler. i love jane lynch.
you talk about ladies. there's a new girl that's just wonderful that i've seen on youtube, i've never met her. her name is rosemary watson and she's incredible. she does hillary clinton. the voice sounds -- >> you're watching youtube, carol? >> oh, yeah. i got a fan letter from her just asking advice and stuff. so i googled her and she was -- she had me on the floor. she does diane sawyer and hillary. she's great. >> what's her name again? >> rosemary watson. >> all right. we'll look her up. >> she's terrific. >> does it amaze you that here we are 2012 still talking about carol burnett? i think that's very cool. >> it's lovely. i'm absolutely thrilled. also because of youtube, i'm getting fan mail from 11-year-olds, 15-year-olds, teenagers. >> carol burnett, what a pleasure. >> thank you.
y r w esy ndreed igalece tetoy. inside the emmys. >> hollywood's biggest night, the prime time emmy awards. >> and the heat is on. >> it's 105 degrees out here. >> oh my god. >> there's sweat where you don't want to know. >> passing out on the red carpet. >> get a medic right now. >> and sophia vergara's gown splits open, and we're with the night's big winners. inside the hottest emmy after parties, plus the amazing dresses. heidi klum. julie bowen. claire danes. tom hanks. jimmy fallon, kevin costner. and the best emmy coverage with deborah norville, jim moret and
victoria ricagno. >> all the action at the prime time emmy awards. then, arnold schwarzenegger's first interview about his his shocking new book. >> how maria's tricked him into confessing he married a child with the maid. plus, machine gun rihanna. now, "inside edition," in high definition, with deborah norville. hello, everybody, thank you for joining us on television's biggest night. it's the 64th prime time emmy awards, we are at the nokia theater for the action, red carpet coverage begins right now. hot night in hollywood. the stars dazzled and melted under a scorching sun. >> there's sweat you where don't want to know. >> 108 degrees. i saw a thermometer. it's nuts. >> it feels like it, doesn't it? >> look at this, alec baldwin got handful of ice when he said
hi to connie briton, star the nashville. one star who didn't seem to mind was jim parsons. >> it's better than rain i think. >> tom hanks cooled off with a couple cold ones. >> i had so many beers in the car coming down i'm not sure what the temperature is like right now. >> how are you handling the heat? >> jimmy fallon jokes the heat was part of his new weight loss plan. >> it's so hot here but it's a good thing because i'm losing weight. by the time they cut to me i'll look so skinny. >> one young producer passed out right next to me on the red carpet. >> get a medic right now. >> are you feeling okay? >> i'm okay, i'm going survive. >> police came right over and she was taken away on a gurney. jim moret is here with me. >> i caught up with ginnifer goodwin, she and jimmy fallon were trading tips on how to stay cool. >> there's nothing about me that's cool right now. all i want is an ice bath.
>> ashley judd carried an umbrella. heidi klum showed a lot of leg in a plunging dress, she came solo. >> it's been a crazy year on a personal front. how are you holding up, your kids and estranged husband? >> i'm pretty good. >> we waited while "two and a half men" star jon cryer's wife lisa dabbed the sweat from his brow. >> the sweat shoots down because it's a little hot out here. >> just moments later - he picked up the emmy for lead actor in a comedy series. >> we're backstage with jon cryer. you were shocked. why? >> are you kidding? this isclearly a counting error. i'm going to keep it for the night and will only defile it a little. >> the emmy goes to homeland. >> it was a big night for the show time series homeland.
the show won best drama. >> claire danes. >> and stars claire danes and game damian lewis picket up emmys. >> it feels heavy. just hold that. >> it is. it is heavy. >> julianne moore won for her portrayal of sarah palin in hbo's game change. >> how do you feel? >> i'm celebrating. i'm delighted. i feel delighted. >> another big winner was kevin costner. >> how are you? >> i caught up with him before the show, he was hoping his mini-series hatfields and mccoys would clean up. >> were you flabberglasted when you heard how many nominations the series received? >> i was really happy for those guys because i saw how hard they worked. >> all that hard work paid off. >> kevin costner. >> kevin won his first emmy,
best actor in a mini-series. >> the dailshow with jon stewart. >> winning for the tenth year in a row, jon stewart had a mock wrestling match with stephen colbert and jimmy fallon. >> julie bowen. >> when modern family's julie bowen won she got a shout out from sophia vergara. >> hello! >> oh, that's my sophia. god bless you. >> sophia had a wardrobe disaster minutes before she went on stage with the rest of the modern family cast and crew picking up the emmy for best comedy series. her dress split down the back, exposing her bottom. she tweeted this picture of a seamstress sewing her figure- hugging dress back together. with the caption, this happened 20 minutes before we won. i love my life. >> everybody was like, no! it was horrible. i think when i sat down i was so excited it broke. the end of the ceremony is not the end of the evening.
it's just time to party. the moment he emmy telecast ends, it's time to party hearty. jessica lange held on to her statue as our cameras followed her into the governor's ball. mad men's kristina hendricks held court at her table. a dateless heidi klum jabbed a quick bite. modern family's julie bowen tweeted pictures, with her modern family kids and this was the sign that greeted her when she got home, made by her real kids, congratulating her on her big win. there's matthew perry from the new show, go on, giving us the a-ok. and jon stewart accepting well wishes for his tenth emmy win. the excitement continues here at the hbo party. the hottest ticket in town. "the sopranos" star james gandolfini hugged julia louis- dreyfus, and they were still
talking about sophia vergara's wardrobe malfunction. >> i put her underwear in. i shouldn't have said that. >> me and scott were backstage rushing her into a room. >> judging from the pictures she was having more fun than anyone in hollywood. just look at her crowd surfing. >> it's great. kimmel was great. >> jimmy kimmel was getting mostly raves for his hosting gigs, "variety" said kimmel was the rare example of a host who got better as the night wore on. the huffington post said he scored, and ricky gervais said kimmel hit it out of the park. >> nice and smart, a cheekiness, it was great. ten out of ten. more details are emerging from arnold schwarzenegger's upcoming autobiography. he shared the bitter details during couples therapy with maria shriver. >> arnold schwarzenegger is talking about the moment he confessed to maria shriver that
he fathered a love child with the maid. it happened a day after he left office as governor of california. maria asked him to go to a marriage counseling session. the minute we sat down, the therapist turned to me and said, maria wanted to come here today and to ask about a child, whether you fathered a child with your housekeeper mildred. i told the therapist, it's true. schwarzenegger talks about the scandal to "60 minutes" in an interview to be broadcast next sunday. >> what does maria think about you writing a memoir and bringing this up? >> i think that maria is, you know, wishing me well with everything that i do. >> has she read it? >> no, at this point she hasn't read anything. >> we found schwarzenegger today on the campus of the university of southern california, where he took part in a panel discussion about public policy. but he did not talk about the scandal. the book, total recall, reveals
he cheated with his housekeeper mildred baena in 1996, while maria and their children were out of town and he was filming batman and robin. >> the ice man cometh! >> he kept their love child a secret for 15 years, schwarzenegger writes that maria had a parting shot at him during her father's funeral. >> perhaps his greatest accomplishment to me was showing my brothers how to treat a wife. >> schwarzenegger admits the remark was partly directed at me, there was not much sympathy for arnold on "the view." >> he begged her to forgive him and said, i'm still turned on by you. >> oh, yeah. >> oh, who cares! >> published reports say maria is furious about the book's revelation. >> she knows it's about my whole life, and i would not write a book and kind of leave out that part, and make people feel like, well, wait a minute, are we just getting a book about his success stories and not talk about his failures?
that's not the book i wanted to write. we'll be back with more red carpet coverage from the prime time emmy awards after this. next, inside the emmys. >> our list of the best dressed, and the fashion failures. and i-riot. >> chaos at the iphone factory, will it mean delays for your phone back home? then -- >> i went from a size 22 to size 8. >> a biggest loser contestant goes under the knife to finish what she started. plus, machine gun rihanna. "inside edition," in high definition, will be ri
strangers living in your house. >> we felt very helpless, very angry. >> the fight to take back their home, watch the next "inside edition." pop superstar rihanna looks like she's making sure no one ever messes with her again. she has just been spotted at a firing range with an automatic machine gun. leave it to rihanna to make target practice sexy in las vegas, with an automatic machine gun. how did she do? bad gals do it well, rihanna tweeted, hitting the target right in the bullseye. ann romney! >> "saturday night live" spoofed ann romney for the first time. >> we love apple picking. it's like mormon mardi gras. i once drank so much cider i woke up the next morning in my bed wearing my pajamas!
>> that's kate mckennon. >> are we more moral than michelle obama? they are hanging out with jay-z and beyonce, is that something normal people do? >> and gaga revealed her passion for food in new york city, and actually blames her father for packing on the pounds. >> my father opened a restaurant, it was so amazing. i gain five pounds every time i go in. is beyonce pregnant again? that's the latest buzz surrounding the superstar singer and mother of an 8-month- old daughter blue ivy. speculation began after beyonce was photographed with the president and husband jay-z last week, hands folded over what could be a baby bump. beyonce pregnant again? her rep had no comment.
iphone 5 mania continues but some people who got this phone a couple days ago are now saying saying i-complain. >> the company shut down production at a factory. >> 5,000 police were called to put down a riot in china following a dispute over working overtime to meet demand. now the question is, will this slow production of the gadget that everyone is trying to get their hands on? >> who knows, we could see other things like this with so much pressure on workers to get these things made quickly enough for apple's customers. >> some customers are complaining that their new iphone 5s are arriving with
nicks and scratches but it doesn't seem to be slowing sales. apple is trying to meet demand by restricting sales to two iphones per person, but some folks are trying to get around that rule by repeatedly going back in line, buying the iphone for $199 and selling them over seas for a huge profit. we found iphone 5s selling on e- bay for more than a thousand dollars, success has many experts predicting apple could become the first company in history to be valued at one trillion dollars. it's not a hollywood awards show without a close-up look at the fashion choices of the stars. tv's leading ladies turned heads making their best effort to keep cool. >> not only was it hot weatherwise but the styles were
sizzling, sexy. >> i'my -- amy poehler and heidi klum, lighting up the carpet. >> monique lhuillier. >> nicole kidman was white hot in her dress with aqua beading. the star stepped out in yellow, julianne moore who won for playing sarah palin in game change wore long sleeves under the sweltering temps but still managed to look fantastic. another hot color for fall, burgundy. >> i call them wine colors, very rich, they play off the reds, burgundy works well on every skin tone. >> still covering from a car accident, mayim bialek sported a black brace on her hand. >> you make this look good. >> oh, thank you. everyone will want one no.
>> the two broke girls star looked stunning, tina fey's dress hugged her figure. >> tina fey went from wow to wow, dressing beautifully. >> another hot trend on the red carpet, neutrals. kristina hendricks was radiant in a dress by christian soriano. >> i was mad for kristina hendricks. she dresses for her curves. >> kerry washington stunned in metallic beaded gown, christine baranski took the hem line to new heights. >> show off your best features. she has the legs and showed it off. we'll be back with more red carpet action after this. still to come, the biggest loser goes under the knife, she lost 100 pounds. >> size 22 to size 8. >> what does she do with all that excess skin? her beautiful new figure. plus, inside the emmys. >> our list of the best dressed
>> recognize the face? >> amanda! >> it's amanda, the biggest loser contestant from season eight, who lost 100 pounds. today the 21-year-old new jersey native is finally ready to finish her transformation. the challenge? getting rid of all that excess skin. >> standing with no clothes on was hard because you would stand there and feel all this extra skin hanging, i didn't feel pretty. >> she's doing something she never imagined. >> i knew i had to have the skin removed. >> she's going under the knife, and just look at the results. her stomach went from flabby to flat! the cosmetic surgeon performed the total body lift. >> she lost just about 4 1/2 pounds of skin. >> before i never felt sexy, for the first time in my life i can say i do. i can finally have a little bit of my stomach showing. >> she's ready to show off her new figure in a sexy black bikini. >> ooh, i feel pretty. i feel sexy. >> your belly looks perfect,
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we'll have more coverage of the emmys in just a moment but first breaking news to report. >> who businessmen in suits fighting over new york city taxi cabs shoving each other in a brawl that ends when one gets in the cab,er -- the other slams the door. these businessmen really mean business. check this out. look as two trucks collide on a highway in russia, the driver is sent spiraling out the front window, he not only survives but walks away from the scene, unharmed! amazing. as always, there are lots of fashion hits and a couple misses. here is our pick for fashion's best and worst. edie falco gets the vote for best dressed, the nurse jackie star never looked better in the
stella mccartney gown with gold belt. and zooey deschanel also gets our best dressed award, she looks so pretty in her powder blue gown. worst dressed, it's a tie, melissa mccarthy looked frumpy, and ashley judd completely missed mark in her over-the-top frock with sky high beehive hair. better luck next year. and the most memorable moment, tom hanks gets the honor. he taped his emmy to the hood
our complete emmy coverage. >> the red carpet, backstage, it's always a good time. i'm brooke anderson. >> and i'm kevin frazier. "the insider" is on. >> "the insider" at the emmys. it's always a good time. >> especially with "the insider." >> "homeland." >> aaron paul. >> claire danes. >> what happened that cable now dominates? >> the stars weigh in on cable's crush. >> is there an unfair advantage? >> we can get naked. we can curse. >> cable's dominating but it doesn't dominate when it comes to comedy. >> no. >> eric stonestreet. >> indescribable to hear your name. >> then, emmy's unscripted moments. >> unaired speeches. goofing around backstage and --
♪ if you want to scream >> it's "the insider" uncut. >> see the raw footage only this camera could capture in real time. gigantic umbrella. who left in a wheelchair? >> the one nominee almost denied entrance. >> did we get that on tv? that's really embarrassing. >> plus -- >> look at that baby face. >> we take the stars back to their first tv appearance. >> look at how hungover i was. >> he's more handsome now. >> then, trending fashion. >> it's an extra large slit. >> we're breaking down what it costs -- >> to walk emmys red carpet. >> i had to literally pry it out of a few people's hands. >> and, we reveal the stars honey boo boo names. >> elvis sprinkle? i love elvis sprinkle. >> kennedy daffodil. >> jackpot karma? that's got a ring to it. >> i love it. this is jackpot karma reporting from the emmys. >> now, from hollywood, "the insider" is on. >> jane and all the stars were really good sports about that. i have to say, the energy was
red hot and i mean it was really, really hot out there. welcome to our special emmy edition of "the insider," i'm brooke anderson. thank you for spending time with us. >> and i'm kevin frazier. from the nominee almost denied entry to the show that only our cameras caught, too, who you decided was the biggest fashion hit and miss. we start with cable's complete domination of the night in tonight's "inside story." ♪ ♪ it's always a good time ♪ >> it is always a good time. >> it's always a good time. ♪ whoa >> it's always a good time. ♪ whoa >> "insider" at the emmys. it's always a good time. ♪ we don't even have to try >> it's always a good time. >> an all-out emmy good time and history-making night. >> and the emmy goes to -- >> and the emmy goes to -- >> "homeland."
>> aaron paul. >> "breaking bad." >> jessica lange. >> cable is really dominant. why do you think that is? >> there's a little bit more freedom with the content. >> emmy goes to -- claire danes. >> we have the time to really tell a story. >> i have to go. >> and we're afforded certain liberties. we can get naked. we can curse. >> the academy is sending a pretty clear message, and that message is, show us your boobs. >> why is cable so dominant here? >> i think with fewer restrictions you can push limits more and audiences love that. and critics love that. >> that leads to our "inside view." >> stars open up out cable's crush at the emmys. ♪ >> alec baldwin tells us whose team he's on. >> do you think cable has an unfair advantage? because i they get to curse, get to show nudity, storylines you don't have. >> i think it's that and i also think that cable, their primetime programming is not 15 hours a week of half hour comedy
and one-hour drama. my heart is with the network. >> chuck lorre can relate to those creative and production constraints. >> there's some big differences, respect there? >> you also have a lot more flexibility through storytelling and a 30-minute show on hbo is probably 28 minutes long. we have 22. >> yeah. and while it appears cable shut out the networks with leader hbo and its 23 wins, cbs close with 16 for the strongest network showing. abc had nine, nbc had five. >> nothing. >> right. you did nothing. >> "homeland" getting all the buzz, but "game of thrones" got six emmys, as well. "game change" picked up five and so did "hatfields and mccoys." >> kevin costner. >> how gratifying is it, because i know a lot of people are like, come on, man? a mini series? and the numbers come in and what do you say to -- >> it was not something that anybody would have bet on. but i was really convinced the
writing was compelling and it had a chance to be classic. >> we're talking about cable's crush and how cable is dominating but it doesn't dominate when it comes to comedy. >> no. >> "modern family." >> why is that? >> i think because america, you know, watches network television at 8:00 at night and not everybody has cable. >> i think there's something comforting about the network channel. that's what we grew up with. >> so, what sparked the shift? we asked hbo's "game of thrones" cocreator. david betteoff. >> i don't think we led the way. i think it was shows like "the wire" and "the sopranos" and "mad men" and "breaking bad." >> this is the culmination of that trend. >> brian stelter writing about cable's domination for "the new york times." >> i would be surprised if the networks air the emmys in ten years. maybe it will move over to hbo. that racks up all the awards. >> one of the other issues is that the emmy broadcast faces steep competition. >> yes. >> this year, there was the
president and mitt romney on "60 minutes" and the ravens and patriots game. which went down to the wire. >> well, the emmys typically have been no match for sunday night football. >> right. >> hard to stand up to that. all right, now, let's turn to social media. the show did make a huge splash there. 100 tweets per minute, just about the red carpet. all night long, we were tracking what was trending and what you were tweeting. ♪ >> "the insider" keeping tabs on all the emmy tweeting. just got a tweet and it said, why are you so freaking hot and it asked, are you an alien because you're so hot. >> it's the weather. it's 101 degrees. that's why i'm hot. that's why we're all extremely hot -- >> no, our tweet came in specifically, like, why are you so hot? >> it's my slit. it's an extra large slit. >> ginnifer goodwin, the most tweeted about celeb at one point, with 100 tweets per minute when she hit the red carpet in her dramatic gown. >> i have to tell you, you are
trending right now as the best dressed -- >> no way! my mom's going to be so excited! >> leslie mann's two-toned gown also stirring up social media. >> our dress is trending on twitter right now. >> that's exciting! >> i'm going to retweet that right now. >> you are? >> honey boo boo all the talk of the red carpet. >> better redneckignize. "the insider" helping the stars figure out their honey boo boo nickname by entering their first and last names into facebook's honey boo boo nickname generator. >> and you won't believe the nicknames the honey boo boo generator came up with for the emmy stars. >> we did your honey boo boo name -- >> what is it? >> it's haley cupie. >> elvis sprinkle? i love that. wonder what elvis sprinkle would sound like. >> going to be a character. >> it says kennedy daffodil. that's lovely. that's very beautiful. >> it fits you. >> thank you. i think so, too.
i think i'm going to change my name. >> jackpot karma. i love it. this is jackpot karma reporting from the emmys. >> flashback in time for the stars with some of their first tv roams. >> it's celebrity rewind on the red carpet. here's alec on "the doctors" in the early '80s. >> i don't want another girl. >> look at how hungover i was. >> a little bit. >> i was partying a lot then. >> paging dr. cranston for the 1987 movie, the return of the $6 million man and the bionic woman. >> baby face. >> still got a baby face. >> no, i have a mean face. >> how about eric's 1999 cell phone commercial? >> why do i need a digital phone? >> awkward. embarrassing. >> a teenage claire danes in 1992. >> you remember this? >> oh, my god. that was my first job. i was on "law and order." i played a teenage murderer. i was guilty. i was guilty. >> glenn close, circa 1982 in "the world according to garth."
>> my high school yearbook picture. how did i ever get another job? >> and, we're taking christina hendricks back to her fun t-shirt in 1999. >> what kind of memories does this bring? >> well, i -- i remember wearing this t-shirt to audition for an everclear video that i ended up getting so when i look at that, i think of the video. >> christina got the gig and rocked the baby blue t-shirt in the music video. ♪ >> the t-shirt is good luck, regardless. >> yeah. >> the flashbacks were amazing. another fun moment for me, talking to carson daly's girlfriend siri. she said the launch of the iphone 5 has been a nightmare. everybody has jokes now. >> not a nightmare for me. lighter, thinner, faster. really enjoying it. do you have yours? >> update by brooke anderson. can we move on? you win. i want -- how about this tweet? you'll love this. from mike d. he asked, can you ask brooke anderson if she has any single
for "hatfields & mccoys", it really was just the icing on the cake of what has been an incredible career, both in front of and behind the camera. >> and he doesn't need a boost. that was his first emmy. tonight, we're going to look at how taking home emmy gold does impact an actor's career. >> indescribable to hear your name said out loud. >> eric stonestreet. >> just means you hit the top of the business. >> how does it feel? >> yes! ahh! >> claire danes. >> how did it change your life, winning an emmy? >> kind of icing on the cake. i'm so grateful. thank you. >> winning the coveted emmy, a career-changer for many stars. >> an emmy is a stamp of credibility. >> lacy rose, senior tv writer, for "the hollywood reporter" gives us a closer look at the value of an emmy. >> it brings cache, more money in certain cases and it brings
more money in certain cases and more opportunity. >> thank you very much. >> exhibit a. eric stonestreet. "modern family" may have made him a familiar face among tv viewers, but the emmy increased his star power. >> i'm just proof that if you stick with it and try real hard and show up and be prepared, that you can stand on a stage and win a trophy. >> when an actor wins that emmy, the representatives pretty quickly see that as leverage, negotiate raises and new and bigger deals. >> exhibit b, claire danes. >> this is very nice. >> the 31-year-old picking up her second emmy. she won in 2010 for her role as temple grandin. >> that was a special project for me. temple grandin. i love that movie so much. >> claire got her first nomination all the way back in 1995 for "my so-called life." >> this girl has stood the test of time. she's extremely talented. and guess what? the "homeland" folks hired here. >> tha you for coming up here. >> sure. >> exhibit c, melissa mccarthy. >> we're fans of everything you
do. >> while melissa didn't pick up a trophy this year -- >> she won last year and her career took off. people say it was the reason she was nominated for an oscar. >> this sort of thing never gets old, does it? >> no. >> exhibit d, glenn close. >> to represent for those of us who have been nominated, represents a lot of hours together, with great, great teams. >> she lost out on an emmy this year for "damages" but her three wins and 14 career nominations supported her successful transition from the big screen to the small. >> the writing is great. what difference does it make? >> in many cases, the emmy can be a way to reinvigorate someone's career and glenn close is certainly an example of that. >> now, according to eric stonestreet, winning an emmy means people make up stories that you're dating charlize theron. why is that a problem? he isn't. >> he was just a nominee yesterday. but it's not a problem. it's feasible. still ahead, our hidden
cameras capture the nominee who was nearly denied entry into the show. and the megastar who almost took out a tv show host. >> got dangerous. plus, the cost of getting glam at the emmys as we reveal your fashion hits and misses. ♪ >> closed captioning provided by -- "attention!" hello (we hear off-camera "shhhh") i'm sofia vergara, and i say never judge a book by its cover. look at her. now look again. i see a juicy mystery you can't put down.
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every time someone steps on my dress i'm worried i'm going to be standing in my underwear. >> oh my god! >> and i'm sure a lot of people would have liked to have seen that. >> that's the mother of four, looking that good. >> stunning. and that's just one of the unscripted moments from the red carpet and there are plenty more behind the scenes from the actual telecast that you typically never get to see. >> tonight, we reveal what goes on behind the scenes of their show, and ours -- >> right. >> with a few well-placed cameras that are always rolling. >> be careful. ♪ our time lapse cameras romming all day. capturing all the best moments. including when connie britton was nearly denied entry into the emmys. >> wait a minute. did we get that on tv? >> i saw -- >> really embarrassing. >> actually, we did get that on tape. rewind the cameras. a security guard grabs connie by the arm, telling her she's not allowed in. >> yes, it is true, that security did not want to let me in. >> i'm looking, i'm like, excuse me -- she's nominated!
>> the actress taking it all in stride, making fun of the fact that she went unrecognized. >> if i win, i'm going to share my statue with security. >> then, our cameras zoom in on a dangerous accessory ahead. >> whoa, whoa, it's okay. >> it was easy to spot ashley judd in the crowd with her umbrella, but take a look at the moment she nearly takes out the eye of carson daly. >> ashley, anxious to get to our "insider" air conditioning, nearly giving kevin and me a poke, as well. >> get in the fan. woo, lord have mercy. >> and there was a red carpet emergency. >> who got taken out in a wheelchair? >> our cameras catching a fellow reporter covering the arrivals who felt faint and taken out by five emts. no worries. she's okay. from the red carpet chaos to the backstage thank you cam. ♪ >> my wife. >> capturing praise for all the
forgotten folks. >> a lot of people i forgot to thank because i was so surprised. the first one was my mother. >> i forgot to give a shoutout to tina fey and katie couric who had a tremendous influence in the 2008 election. i admired them so much. i wanted them to be apart of my speech. >> thanks, emmys. >> and more moments caught on tape. melissa mccarthy and julianna margulies goofing around. presenter ron howard spitting out his gum just before taking the stage. and ron chatting it up with emmy award winner, claire danes. >> we were able to follow claire and her yellow gown all night long last night. she made the whole thing look effortless and yellow was really a big color last night. but stars and their stylists spend hours prepping for the big awards. >> so impressed with that. >> thank you. you did it well, too. >> i would have said lands end. now, what about all the numbers? how much does it cost to send an actress down the red carpet? we're breaking it down for you.
>> rented jewelry and the hair is up. it's been hours. >> this dress came to me from my stylist. a lot of girls wanted this dress. >> this is actually the only dress of any designers that i tried on. >> cost of the emmys is a high figure. six, seven figure night. >> marvette britto has worked with many stars to get them ready. when we met her at henry bendel, she told us what tops the premium price list. a-list hair and makeup. >> on the day of the emmys, you are going to see the prices to escalate two, three times the normal loss. >> doesn't take five minutes to do this hair and makeup. >> the estimated cost, $3,000 a pop. add a $200 spray tan, $1,000 worth of botox and $500 in teeth whitening and the cost is nearly $8,000. >> tell me about the dress. >> i tried on a version in sort of a beige color and i loved it so much, i asked them to make it in blue.
>> we cannot make it for everybody. that's just for the red carpet. >> on why she wanted the emmy star draped on her custom-made couture. >> very important that we have the right dress on the right woman. >> most of the looks on the red carpet are long and it's the biggest platform for any designer. >> how did you get that dress? >> i heard that the person that i worked with to get it had to literally pry it out of a few people's hands. >> julianne hough battling it out with other stars to wear her mermaid dress. >> somebody else wanted that dress and you got it. >> i think so. i feel bad. i don't know who it was. >> so, what happens if more than one designer chooses you for their gown? just ask ashley judd. >> there was a beautiful purple lace dress that i loved. i want to buy it and have it in my closet. to wear all the time. i ended up with the good fortune for this dress for me. >> she had another tough decision to make. what jewelry to wear. it was a "homeland" star that was bringing the bling.
>> are those real? >> they are. don't ask me so much. >> i'm going to be kidnapped. a mortgage on my house. >> incredible. >> it's crazy. what did you have to do for your jewelry? >> we sign our lives away. we have a lot of insurance. >> whoa. >> be careful. >> hold onto that. i never want -- >> protect the jewelry. okay, straight ahead, your favorite fashion hits of the night and who kevin thinks missed the mark.
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favorite fashion hits and misses and they're tallied on our facebook page and here are the results. >> sofia vergara in a gorgeous aqua number, the big favorite. now, for the miss. >> this is shocking. >> shocking, julianne moore in a chartreuse dior. she was one of my favorites. >> so elegant. >> so lovely. radiant. >> ginnifer goodwin. >> not everyone agrees. everyone is entitled to their opinion. check out more on our facebook page, everybody. take care. page, everybody. take care. >> good night.
open curtain number one. you won a car! you've got $20,000! (screaming) you've got the big deal of the day! it is fabulous! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: bienvenidos caballeros to "let's make a deal." i'm your host wayne brady, how you doing today? you know what we do, right? we make deals. who wants to make a deal? four people, let's go! (cheers and applause) i think... okay, you, stay right there, you stay right there, you stay right there. you stay right there. everybody else sit down. everybody else sit down for me.
all right, so i've got four prizes. so four people, so i'll start here with you. you are maysa? - yes, so nice to meet you. wayne: nice to meet you, maysa, a pleasure. - you have a nice suit. wayne: thank you so much. you too! - thank you, sir. wayne: so what's the injury that would mean that you have the dog collar on? - i've always wanted to wear one my whole life, and here i am! wayne: so we have a small box for you, the small box is yours. it could be good, could be bad, it could be great, could be a zonk. you go with the box, or pass on that and wait for the next deal to come back around. if you pass on the small box, i'm ing to step right up to my friend timothy. so what are you going to do, small box or wait for the next deal? - wayne, i'm going to wait for the next deal. wayne: yes, ma'am. timothy, nice to meet you. - thank you, nice to meet you, wayne. wayne: so, timothy, are you a coach? - actually i'm a video production teacher. wayne: okay. makes sense. so you've got the small box. would you like the small box? could be good, could be bad,
could be keys to a car right off the bat. who knows? - i'll pass it on. wayne: you will pass to wait for the next deal. all right, timothy. hello, miss michelle. - it's mechelle, wayne. wayne: mechelle. - hi. wayne: why do we have to be so fancy? why can't your name just be michelle? "it's mechelle with an umlat on top "and there's an e... there's a space that separates the l, so it's actually my..." - i don't know. wayne: smith. nice to meet you, sweetheart. - nice to meet you, too. wayne: so you've got the deal. small box, all yours. or you can pass it on. - i'll take the box. wayne: you're going to take it. she's feeling adventurous. what's in the box, tiffany coyne? jonathan: it's a collection of gold coins. these brilliant 22-carat american eagle gold coins are known for their beautiful patriotic design and status as official united states gold bullion.
from regalassets.com, one of the nation's leading precious metal firms. this deal is worth $3,000. wayne: michelle, congratulations. - thank you! wayne: thank you so much, sweetheart. have a seat, miss michelle. so we have a winner, so she has coins. you guys passed on on the coins. hello, you are? - brianna. wayne: brianna, nice to meet you. and brianna, what are you? - tweedle dee and tweedle dum. wayne: hey, tweedle dum. so i've got something for you. i've got... what's in my pocket? oh! (audience gasps) to have the job where i pull something out of my pocket and everybody goes "oh!" so this envelope is yours. you want to feel it? feel it. so what's in there? - something hard. (laughter)
(cheers and applause) wayne: so, you're right. could be good, could be bad. you can take it, it's all yours, or you can wait for the next deal to come back around. if you pass on this, i'm going back to maysa. - i'll take it. wayne: she'll take it. remember, it could be good, it could be bad. but you're adventurous. - exactly. wayne: exactly, okay. let's see. all right, the good news is you're on the show. bad news is, it's a zonk roach motel. jonathan: this year with roaches. (insect sounds)
wayne: really? that is so nasty. well, here you go. - thank you. wayne: thanks for being on the show. sorry. thank you, sweetheart. that's how my life is, she liked what was in the envelope at first and then she was disappointed. - i'm ready, wayne. i'm ready. in all my glory. wayne: i know you are, sweetheart. so i've got this big box for you right now. the big box is yours-- could be good, could be bad. we've seen one good deal, we've seen one bad deal. it's the big box this time around, you can take it or you can wait for the next deal. - i'm going to take it. wayne: she's going to take it. open the box. jonathan: it's a new all-terrain vehicle!
let the dirt fly on this powerful atv featuring an air-cooled four-stroke engine, a push button electric start and independent double wishbone front suspension. this deal is worth $3,495. wayne: congratulations. up top. thank you, sweetheart, have a seat. all right, coach, i mean videographer, timothy. - yes. wayne: this last deal is for you. - awesome! wayne: it's just you. - what is it? wayne: it's curtain number one. curtain number one is all yours-- could be good, could be bad. how about i give you $1,000 for your curtain? you know, i'm good for it, i've got it in my pocket. hold on. - really? can i feel the $1,000? wayne: sure, you can feel the $1,000. there you go. now, give it back. feels good, doesn't it? mmm. just think of how many videos you could make with $1,000.
yeah. hi, singles. - we're doing the curtain. wayne: how about $1,500? - i came for the curtain. that is definitely not a new car. wayne: no, this is cash. - or a trip to fiji. wayne: or a trip to fiji. you are observant and astute. but it is $2,000, as opposed to a roach motel. i'm going to give you $2,000 right now. - i want the curtain. wayne: open the curtain, tiffany coyne. jonathan: it's a trip to aruba! (cheers and applause) you'll stay six nights at the luxurious renaissance aruba resort and casino. this tropical paradise features an abundance of outdoor recreation, exciting night life,
and a 40-acre private island with two sun-drenched beaches. round trip airfare is also included in this deal worth $6,282. wayne: so there we go. we've given away a trip to aruba, an atv, some gold coins, a roach motel. if that's not good tv, i don't know what is. you folks stay tuned, more "let's make a deal" right after this.
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no one? wow. you. come here, disco inferno. you are raymond? - yes, sir. wayne: nice to meet you, raymond. you look like you are 1973 incarnate. - i don't even know what to say. wayne: i know, i know, me either. let's just stop talking and let me show you this. jonathan: it's a new mazda 3! this 2012 mazda 3i sport features a five-speed manual transmission with overdrive, four-wheel independent suspension and an advanced airbag safety system. this deal is worth $17,640. wayne: so how do you win that car? - how do i win that car? wayne: by playing something that we call car pong. (cheers and applause)
so we're playing car pong. now, car pong, have you ever played beer pong or gotten a ping-pong ball inside of a glass? - almost every sunday funday. wayne: wow. even, i looked at you and i knew the answer. so why did i even ask? well, that's good because i want you to win this car. now, to win car pong you have to bounce a ping-pong ball right into the center cup within a time limit. we give you five seconds for free and then we give you a chance to win 15 more seconds. the more time on the clock you have, the more chances you have of getting the ping-pong ball inside that cup and winning the car. here's the chance to win, all right? right here on this big screen. there are four music artists. we have madonna, lmfao, cee lo green, and lionel richie. which of the following artists performed at the super bowl xlvi halftime show in 2012? every time you pick a correct one,
we'll add five seconds to your clock. we'll keep going until you pick all three, or until you pick the zonk answer. if you are correct, then you have 20 seconds. 20 seconds, ping-pong ball in, car drive away, zoom. - okay. wayne: okay, start picking, sir. - madonna. wayne: madonna. tiffany: yes. wayne: keep picking. - lmfao. wayne: one more-- you have 15 seconds on the clock now. - cee lo green. wayne: cee lo green. congratulations, brother. lionel richie was watching the super bowl that weekend. he was watching. all right. so now you've got 20 seconds on the clock. do you feel confident about this? - sure. wayne: okay, so all you have to do is step up to this line. you can throw only one ball at a time. you can stand here on this line, it has to bounce at least once. it has to go in a cup and stay in the cup.
oh, i almost had it. but it's not up to me, it's up to you. if you get the ball in any of the other cups, you get that cash. but it has to stay in. it goes in and stays in. if you don't get a ball in any of the cups, you leave with absolutely nothing. so that being said, 20 seconds. it's hard to get one of those things in. - yes. wayne: how about if i give you 500 bucks to not play? i've got it on me right here, i'll give you $500 to just stop. look at that. free money. - i love cash, but that's okay. wayne: so you're going for the car? - that's right. wayne: all right, my friend. you're going to stand right here. one ball in your hand. 20 seconds on the clock. go! come on, raymond. oh, so close. oh! come on, raymond. come on, raymond. ten, nine, eight--
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wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." so, timothy, with the aruba trip, $6,282 worth of trip. he has won the most so far, so he's in the lead right now to take a shot at the big deal at the end of the show worth $23,644. that's huge! but we got a lot of show, a lot of deals. in fact, this next person, he may win the most. who knows? he, she, who is it? who wants to make a deal? i like ketchup. come here, ketchup. come here, ketchup. and you are tafoi? - yeah, that's me. wayne: nice to meet you, man, a pleasure. so you are a big ketchup. - i'm the family size. a year's supply. buy one of these for the rest of the year. wayne: i agree. a big man such as yourself, you need a big prize, like this big envelope full of $4,000.
(cheers and applause) - yeah! wayne: where are you from? - salt lake city, utah. wayne: salt lake city, utah. so you can take this money home with you. $4,000, my friend. - yeah, because i think my car got towed. i parked in a no parking zone, i think. wayne: at the airport? - no, outside here. wayne: why would you do that? - trying to make a deal. trying to make a deal. (cheers and applause) wayne: well then, you need this cash. before i give to it you, though, the thing is that this could be $4,000 real, $4,000 fake, or a combo. but feel it, feel it. feel it. okay, so, does that feel like four grand? - i've never felt four grand before. wayne: now, you can take this, hoping that it's four grand,
or you can go with curtain number one hoping that that's a car. we've already given away a car. that could be a trip. we gave away a trip to aruba. it could be a gorilla. - what's up? we're going to go with that. wayne: you're going to go with this? which means you passed up on this. jonathan: you could have won a cave man car! - oh, yeah! jonathan: i'm in a no parking zone, i think. wayne: okay, so let's see. remember, so you passed up on that, and that's good that you missed out on the zonk. so i said this could be real or fake, right? - monopoly money? wayne: it could be monopoly money. it's, well, there's 100. 200. 300.
oh, 400. and $3,600 real. (cheers and applause) - whoo! wayne: that's a lot of ketchup. enjoy your money. go have a seat. he's going to be to paying off that parking ticket, though. let's do it again. (cheers and applause) miranda. hey, miranda, nice to meet you. so are you a boxer, an mma person? - mma person. wayne: so show me how to, you know. - ready, punch. wayne: hey, i'm done, i'm good. i'm good, i'm good. the first time, ba-boom. jonathan: wayne, you're not done because i found your diary again. you keep leaving your diary out. it's like you want it to be read or something.
wayne: maybe i did, because if you read my diary do you think maybe there's a clue to something we're going to give to miranda? jonathan: i think so, i think the clue is in here. let me read the last entry. "dear diary, another terrible night. "i drank two oreo milkshakes "and because i'm lactose intolerant, "something happened that caused all of my friends to run from the cabana." wayne: from the where? jonathan: cabana. it's the details. "then i looked behind curtain number two and found just what i needed to relax." wayne: so... thank you for reading that. jonathan: you're welcome. wayne: and those oreo milkshakes were good, though. good for me. so what did you get out of that, miranda? - could be a trip. wayne: to where? - somewhere relaxing. wayne: oreoland? so a relaxing trip maybe? - maybe. wayne: could be, or it could be a zonk trip back to your seat.
so i'll tell you what, why don't i give you $800 for that curtain. - i think i'm going to do the curtain. wayne: going to go with the curtain? how about $1,000, miranda? - i'm going to do the curtain. wayne: how about $1,200, miranda? - curtain. wayne: how about $1,500 and the opportunity to beat jonathan up? - curtain. wayne: she just passed up $1,500, people, for this. jonathan: it's a new hot tub! (cheers and applause) relax with friends in this six-person spa featuring 80 jets, a custom back-lit waterfall and synchronized color-changing led lights from strong pools and spas. this deal is worth $8,999. - thank you! wayne: congratulations to you, miranda. good job, tafoi. if you'd like to get tickets to come to a taping
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great taste kids love wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." two people, let's deal! (cheers and applause) cactus, cactus. and the flower with the glasses, flower with the glasses. hey, kristin, nice to meet you. so i've got the cactus, where's the flower with the glasses? oh, hey, flower with the glasses, nice to meet you. so what are you? are you a gardener, are you just a flower? - i'm a patriotic flower. wayne: you're a patriotic flower, okay, michelle, i like that. and what are you, kristin? so, you're a cactus? - i'm a cactus. wayne: why?
- well, i kind of like to eat cactus, i know it's kind of weird, and i thought it would be a cute little costume. it's pretty cute, right? wayne: it is cute, it's a great story. so why don't you come and stand over here for me, kristin, stand right here for me. now you guys meet each other, because you're going to hang out, this is girls night out. now, you guys are going to make decisions together because you are friends, you are two girls hanging out. you make the decisions together. whatever the prizes are, you get those together. okay? let's start with this. mr. mangum? what is this? jonathan: it's a new smartphone. keep connected with that blackberry curve smartphone featuring a full keypad and five megapixel camera. so far this deal is worth $400. wayne: so if you listened to jonathan's dulcet tones, he stressed "so far." the thing jonathan didn't mention is that it has hidden cash on it. so there is hidden cash. you can keep the phone and the cash.
or we can give you whatever is in this small box. you guys have got to decide together. go. - i don't know. - okay. the box. - box. wayne: you're going to go with the box. how much car are they passing up on, mr. mangum? jonathan: let's take a look here. $300. wayne: $700 total would have been the deal, the smartphone plus the cash. so you've got whatever is in this box. are you ready to see what's inside? - ready. wayne: you can't. because i'm going to offer you the big box. there's a clue for the big box. the big box clue is "for the home." "for the home." - small box, small box. - small box. small box. wayne: small box. they just passed on this. what is it, miss tiffany? jonathan: you could have won shag carpet appliances! - whoo! wayne: it's about time you did some work.
i need you to pick up the kids around 3:00. me and the buddies are... what? we have this argument every single day. tiffany: you get the kids, i'm cleaning. wayne: so, congratulations, you dodged a zonk. are you ready to see what's in here? - yes. wayne: all right. no, because i'm going to give you a chance to take whatever is behind curtain number three. and this will be an individual decision. so you're not doing it as girlfriends any more, you're doing it on your own. so think about it. keep what you have, which is the box, or give it up for curtain number three, and the clue is "pack a bag." or i can just give you $700 right out of my pocket right now. you both can take this deal, i'll start with you first, michelle. keep the box, go with the curtain, which is "pack a bag," or take the $700 cash.
- i'm going to go with the box. wayne: you're going to stay with the box. kristin? - i want the little box. wayne: you want the little box, over that and over this. let's see what you both passed on. curtain. "pack a bag." jonathan: you could have won a trip to palm springs! a luxury car service would have taken you away for a five-night stay at the chic riviera palm springs, where you would have received a relaxing spa treatment and a dinner for two. it would have also included a $1,000 shopping spree at canyon beachwear. this deal was worth $3,500. wayne: wow. wow. how much is that deal worth again? jonathan: $3,500. wayne: wow. and you passed up on the $700, which i'm putting back in my pocket. you know that small box could be a zonk. - i know. - what is it? wayne: let's see. mr. mangum?
jonathan: it's a deluxe facial package. refresh your skin with the star facial package from visage by marie claire. this 12-month program combines a series of facial peels, anti-aging light therapy, a hydrofacial, and more to leave your skin feeling radiant. this deal is worth $2,500. wayne: congratulations to both of you. so you still leave winners, thank you so much, kristin. thanks for playing. we have so much more "let's make a deal" still to come. and the big deal of the day-- someone's going to give up everything for a shot at the big deal. stick around, we'll see you in a second. but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day.
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@? wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." the big deal of the day is worth $23,644. so far miranda, our little mma competitor over there, she has the hot tub worth $8,999. she has first crack at that big deal. but who knows, that could change. right now i need a couple. (cheers and applause) you guys over there, come on over here. hello, and you are? - stephanie. wayne: stephanie and... - david. wayne: nice to meet the two of you. right on, so you're the bun maker. - i made a bun. - and i'm holding the bun. wayne: like not just the costume, but there's a real bun in the oven? - it's our first baby, we're 20 weeks pregnant today, actually. wayne: congratulations.
so we're going to play a card game for you, this is called three-card tiffany. one card has $500. two cards have the face of the beautiful tiffany coyne on it. if you pick tiffany's face, you win this. jonathan: it's his and her designer shoes. step out together for a night on the town with a pair of black leather oxfords for him and these red ankle strap platform heels for her, from gucci. this deal is worth $1,635. - oh! - nice. wayne: so who wants the shoes more? - i really want those shoes. - she wants the shoes more... but i like shoes, but she's got a whole closet of them. she can never have too many. - what's one more? wayne: okay, let's see if you win some shoes. this one, this one, or this one, tell me and i'll flip it for you. the right or the middle? right? - right. - okay, the right one. wayne: this one?
- yes, thank you. tiffany! yes! wayne: it's so sweet when someone says your name and cheers. tiffany: they're so excited to see your face, i love it. wayne: so now we're going to play a new game, not risking anything, so you get to keep your shoes no matter what. this is an old card game that i brought from the philippines called four-card jonathan. two cards have cash, two have jonathan. if you pick jonathan, you win this. jonathan: it's a new washer/dryer! this frontload washer sports noise-reduction technology and this large-capacity dryer features a steam setting to minimize wrinkles. we're also including a laundry pedestal with easy access storage, making this deal worth $3,098. wayne: jonathan, they were just saying that they don't have a washer/dryer,
that they go to the laundromat and they use coins. jonathan: that is going to change, maybe. wayne: so we could hook you up possibly. all you have to do is pick a card. - we're thinking of right middle. that one, yeah. yeah, that one. yeah! whoo! jonathan! wayne: congratulations. you got yourself shoes from gucci, and a washer/dryer from the company that makes it. so now... so now we have one more game. this is a game that was played by the egyptian scholars, it's called five-card wayne. in five-card wayne, one card has $500, one card has $2,000, two cards have zonks... but one card has me. and if you pick me, you win this. jonathan: it's a new jeep patriot! wayne: say my name. jonathan: hit the highway in this 2012 patriot sport
featuring a five-speed manual transmission, premium bucket seats, and an xm radio with a year of free service. this deal is worth $16,920. wayne: so just to put things into perspective, everything that you have right now is worth over $4,000. but, come on, the car is worth over $16,000. you would have to give me everything that you won so far. you'd have to give that back to me to just play for that car. no guarantees. - do you think we should take it, just keep our stuff? - yeah. wayne: you'd be taking a chance. - we'll keep our stuff. wayne: you're going to keep your stuff. just for kicks... you guys are such a cute couple. just for kicks, which one would you have picked? - he said two. - i thought two. wayne: two from this side? - yeah.
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wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." so close to that big deal of the day. but right now i need one person. let's make a deal. zebra. hello! look at you! - this is... wayne: you... that is amazing. - thank you. wayne: how long did this take to happen? - a couple hours. wayne: so what do you do? - i'm a bartender, but i am hoping to do special effects makeup for a living. wayne: well, anyone watching, if you need animal makeup, or if you're just a freak and like that, look at this. so, joy... her name is joy. joy, this is my friend tiffany. tiffany: hi, joy. wayne: tiffany, what do you have? tiffany: i have jonathan's diary. it's only fair since he read from yours. wayne: exactly, remember earlier when he was reading from my diary? so i'm going the read from the diary and maybe there's a clue
as to what is behind curtain number three. (funky music playing) "dear diary, i just got back from funky town." jonathan: i did. wayne: "well, i threw myself a party "and i dressed up all these mannequins "just to pretend that i had friends. "when i was finished and i woke up, "i went behind curtain number three because i was in the mood to play around." play around-- he's in the mood to play around. what does that mean to you? - video games? wayne: it could be a video game lounge. or it could be a zonk. how about i give you $800 to not take the curtain? - no. the curtain. wayne: you're going to go with the curtain. open the curtain. is it a video game lounge? jonathan: it's a new game room! wayne: congratulations!
jonathan: take home the fun with this foosball table designed for players of all skill levels. we're also including this electronic dart board with over 130 game options and a deluxe skee ball table with two-player scorekeeping. this deal is worth $2,439. wayne: congratulations. it's time for the big deal of the day. (cheers and applause) today's big deal of the day is worth $23,644. we're going to go to miranda who has won the hot tub worth $8,999 and ask her if she's willing to trade what she has for a shot at the big deal. miranda, stand up for me, sweetheart. miranda, you want your hot tub or do you want a shot at the big deal worth $23,644? - i'm going to go for the big deal. wayne: she's going for the big deal, right after this.
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big deal of the day, $23,644. that's what the big deal is worth. miranda gave up her hot tub worth $8,999 for a shot at the big deal. here we go! it could be door one, door two, or door three. pick your door. (audience shouting suggestions) - i'm going to do two. wayne: she's going with door two. is two your lucky number? - yes, i'm the second of two kids. wayne: that's a good number, good strategy. door one, is this the big deal? jonathan: you could have won an outdoor dining set. this modern patio furniture collection included this stylish sofa, designer pillows, coffee table and matching chairs. this deal was worth $3,415. wayne: okay, so it's left between door two and three. you picked two, second of two kids. let's see where the big deal is.
we're going to go with door number three right now. jonathan: you could have won a trip to new york and a mediterranean cruise! wayne: that's the big deal. jonathan: we were sending you to the big apple with a four-night stay at the warwick new york hotel blocks away from central park. tickets to the top of the rock observation deck at rockefeller center were also included. and you would have journeyed along the mediterranean coast for eight days aboard louis cruises. you'd have visited ports such as athens, istanbul, and the sun-kissed greek islands. nightly entertainment, meals and a revitalizing massage were also included in this fantastic voyage. roundtrip air fare for both trips was included in this big deal worth $23,644. wayne: okay, that was the big deal. i mean, that is the big deal. but the good news is, you still get a good deal. let's see what it is. door number two. hit it. jonathan: it's the "let's make a deal" vault!
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- no! wayne: i'm sorry, sheriff. oh. he had a hankering for cash. jonathan? jonathan: stand up for me, young lady. this one is worth $500. if you have a packet of relish. - oh, no, i don't. jonathan: if you followed us on twitter, you would have known we were going to ask for that, so be sure to follow us @letsmakedealcbs. wayne: suzanne, what are you? - oh, i'm cereal. wayne: cereal, if you have cereal in your bag i'll give you $200. - no, i don't have cereal. wayne: i'm so sorry, mama. tiffany? tiffany: i like little red riding hood. stand up for me, please. hi. if you have change for a $5 bill, i'll give you $100. no change for five dollars? - i was complaining because i wanted cash, so i could go to the snack bar, so i don't have any cash. tiffany: oh, dang it, i'm so sorry.